I Invented a New Stove and Found It Burns Coal Very Effician

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Post Sun. Jan. 18, 2009 10:41 pm

+cleancoalflexfuel+ wrote:He asked me twice were I got the coal from he couldnt believe it was his, as the coal was still in soft lumps that appear as rock or clay!!!! The coal was from the burn that lasted over three days with a blue flame gasification and white tips as I stated before.The proof well be in the pudding.. Many inventers have spent many years trying to do a good burn, Im humbled and exited, well send out information as I get it
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Post Sun. Jan. 18, 2009 11:31 pm

My favorite I tell my sons is this: How you do something determines the success.You must have a lot of patience and put hours of thought into your project, turn off the TV turn off the music, rethink and rethink,study than when it works well then go study what others say,dont fill your mind with the proven but be different in every way. You cannot invent something thinking exactly like the next person..You must see potental and be able to over come though design.My favorate line as a young man was, "they didnt engineer it right" Skip

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 12:51 am

Troll.

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 7:32 am

Wear I sign up for stove? :?:
It beats law of Fisics awl to heck! :shock:
You put 1000(thousand) BT You's in... And Poof Maguck You Getz Back 1,000,000 BT You's! (million)back in heet from this wunderfall invention. :roll:
I just gotta tell my bruthers Darrel and Darrel about this new invinshun!! :cry:

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 8:29 am

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I'm now de-veiping a new stale hard roll gasifacashun boilar that promisses to make 1,000,000,000 BeeTeeYou's. All U have too do is collect stale hard rolles from dumpers behind food stores and you have free heat for you and neighboreshood.
Too be part of this put 1000 Americun dollers in brown bag, unmarked bills watch here for where to send money.

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 10:42 am

Where's Freddy? ;) Scott

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 1:44 pm

Guys Guys come down don't be so Judgemental. The man is in Alaska testing Sub-Bituminous coal in this unit . It pays to look into things before Judging someone or something . Easy Guys Relax on beating this Guy up. He is only trying
to protect his time and money invested in his invention. Wow all you guys all must have cabin fever or something
because the way you are beating this guy up. comedown and have a few beers and be Happy :D

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 1:50 pm

gambler wrote:
+cleancoalflexfuel+ wrote:He asked me twice were I got the coal from he couldnt believe it was his, as the coal was still in soft lumps that appear as rock or clay!!!! The coal was from the burn that lasted over three days with a blue flame gasification and white tips as I stated before.The proof well be in the pudding.. Many inventers have spent many years trying to do a good burn, Im humbled and exited, well send out information as I get it
Riiiight!!!

Good old Song have you seen what billy looks like today time was not kind on him

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 1:53 pm

I thought he was dead. :oops: :o

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 2:19 pm

Not Yet!
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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 2:22 pm

Hollyfeld wrote:I thought he was dead. :oops: :o
http://www.billysquier.com/index2.html

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 6:32 pm

Lets bear in mind that the stoves we are using are little different from those of 100 years ago, many not as good.

The stoker designs are a step forward, but that's it.

Judging by the amount of problems many are having it's obvious that improvement is necessary and possible. Most stoves today look and work like they were designed by a handy man with seat of the pants engineering. Most can't even get the ash pan right.

Designing and fabricating a good stove is not an easy thing to do, a lot of work and money plus ongoing changes in the prototype.

I think anyone who makes the effort to design a better product should be applauded and encouraged regardless of the outcome whether good or bad.

Richard

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 7:06 pm

franco b wrote:Lets bear in mind that the stoves we are using are little different from those of 100 years ago, many not as good.

The stoker designs are a step forward, but that's it.

Judging by the amount of problems many are having it's obvious that improvement is necessary and possible. Most stoves today look and work like they were designed by a handy man with seat of the pants engineering. Most can't even get the ash pan right.

Designing and fabricating a good stove is not an easy thing to do, a lot of work and money plus ongoing changes in the prototype.

I think anyone who makes the effort to design a better product should be applauded and encouraged regardless of the outcome whether good or bad.

Richard
Then there are those that engineer a good stove but don't know squat about customer service...hum what's the name of that stove company? I think maybe it begins with an "H" :x

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 7:09 pm

+cleancoalflexfuel+ wrote: I have burned two hand loads of 90#s each and burned for over three days when closed draft being about 11/4 pound per hour. Pellets in my first proto-type burned 60 hrs on 80#lbs.skip
I'm a stoker guy, but don't some hand feed guys use as little as 90# over a 3 day period? Just sound like a big stove.

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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 7:35 pm

I've been watching this thread with my tin foil hat on, and making no judgements yet, but coalmiester your right, I can burn a pound an hour in my old vigilant in the fall when I don't need much heat.

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